NewsFort Albany Residents To Find Out Friday If Stay Is To Extend Further SHARE ON: Nick Birnie, contributor, Wednesday, Apr. 25th, 2018 Photo Credit: Fort Albany First NationRoughly 30 Fort Albany First Nation residents should know by Friday how much longer they will be away from their homes.That’s according to Fire Chief and General Manager of Protective Services Pat Kennedy who says a conference call will decide how much longer the evacuees must stay in Kapuskasing. //www.mykapuskasingnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Kennedy-Fort-3.wavKennedy says the re-freezing of the sewer line has been a major problem so far, but the nice weather should help. //www.mykapuskasingnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Kennedy-Fort-2.wavHe says the town has made the effort to keep the evacuees as comfortable as possible through this dilemma. //www.mykapuskasingnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Kennedy-Fort-1.wavThe conference call taking place Friday afternoon will decide when the Fort Albany First Nation can begin returning to their homes, or must prolong their already three month stay.The Fort Albany First Nation residents have been re-located in Kapuskasing since the end of February.